Category: Pedagogy

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Resources: DigLibArts @ the Pedagogy Lab: (Re)Orientation

As mentioned in the previous blog post, this year, DigLibArts is experimenting with the format of our beloved faculty Pedagogy Labs. Instead of holding a large Pedagogy Lab, we’re collaborating with Laura McEnaney, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, and Sam Alfrey, Instruction Librarian, to focusing our lab and offer more specific content geared toward junior …

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DigLibArts 2020: Digital well-being for the liberal arts

What is digital well-being, and how does it relate to the liberal arts? Digital well-being can be defined as the ability to define and develop a nurturing personal and/or community cyberinfrastructure.  This goal articulates one facet of Whittier’s mission to “prepare students from diverse backgrounds to excel in a complex global society” by empowering individuals …

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Tutorial: Creating a Whittier.Domains WordPress Site with Templates

Whittier Domains is an excellent resource that students at Whittier College can utilize to create professional webpages. There are numerous ways to design your webpage, and some templates have been provided so that you can get a jumpstart on your website, and not have to worry about formatting. These different templates are discussed later on …

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Take Pride in Your Posters

Need to make a poster? Whether it’s for a class, a conference or just for fun – take pride in your work. Specifically at professional research conferences trifold posters are never used. Yet, because printed posters can be pricy, trifold posters are sometimes our best option. I understand that paper and cut-out letters help beautify your …

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